My submission regarding Anath bandu, Annapurna Asram and the Album of the Noblemen of India. l) EA R S R, I have pleasure in forwarding the 1/h (, tshi) muumber of Aut ut hbt u allut per bir bok post, prepais anl hopo it will reich stufe und on perusal you will be pleased with its 'ontents. Your siggestion for its improvement and opinion will bi' thankfully received. I am negotiating for a plot of land near Bailyan at lihain for Anna) urina Asiran ani I hope the place will be liked by ny patrons and friends being a sa 'red and sainitary : '. \ly object in starting this Bengali Monthly Journal “Anathhandhu' is to support, the Annapurna. As rain, an industrial aid religious home for the po por, wilhe*re* la real indust ries will be encouraged and various works will be executed by the inmates of the home who will lie kept, el, clothed and given medical aid in times l' neel. "The subscription of the “Anathandhu' is only Rs. 1 () for a year, not even a Rupee a month; hut, it serves a great object. It is not binding on the subseribers of the Journal to a pay donation or monthly subscription to the Annapurna Asram fund. Only such noblemen whose portraits and sketches of life appear in the Journal are expected to help the Asran Fund, I mean the noblemen of India. All the publications which printed likenesses India, charged very heavily, and printed the portraits in and life-sketches of the noblemen of lain Black Ink, but we have been printing the portraits in true colours which costs very much more than plain printing, and therefore I trave fair consideration from my patrons and friends. \ll donations and monthly subseriptions will be gratefully ai'knowledged in the columns of the “ Anath handhu' and those noblem in who will materially help the Asram will have their names engravel on a marble slab and fixed at the gate of the Asiran as a permanni menorial. 'l'lln r will line Asran it the goods inant factured in the Asram an annual Exhibition in the ho v it s in mates, el arran gements will be innale for 'illetion of Indian products and art works at tlhe samme t inne for exhibition : and suitable prizes will be given ti "no" rate local products & arts. I shall fix a moderate price for the Album of the Nilleen of India, at its starfing, as the blocks appearing in the columns of the Anath
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I thankfully :aknowledge re°eipt, os some photographs and sketches but regret some of iny important patrons and friends are neglecting this rather in ortant matter, and hope to be favour'l ly then ("arly. in sending photographs kindly note ('inlevion and colours of the dress and ornaments :d let the bort rait preferably bo in oriental dress. A :horions and expensive venture like this should be encouraged by th' nobility and gentry of :all lini. not know I Bengali... ht it l believo Bengali-readling Some of my patrons and friendsel gentlemen are all over India, to explain the benefits of the subjects d'alt, in the Journal. I wish and hope all our patrons and friends will realize my scheme and '-operate with me in my lalo ours and t litus liring ny thre s('hemos inte s*(' oss, viz : l.-The Journ: ' Anath bandhu' which will produce articles it its pagi's for the benefit of mankind. II –The * Annapurnal Asran” i religious and industrious line for the poor, which one sett led will le a, self-supporting institution. -'l' All of the Noblemen of India' in English, which will be a book of peerage of Inlia, : in st us ful, desireable and glorions work for India. lines my | h:ave praetical knowledge in the I have undertaken and this fact is known fo numerous patrons and friencls. Y () is obediently, P. M. () () KERJ EE. 7, \\ \TER Loo Sr., ('AI.(IA. K.